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of the technology innovation. he holds more than 800 medical patents. >> i don't do the rachel haircut, no. living proof is highly focused on science. they have terrific scientists from harvard and m.i.t. and merck doing really cutting edge work. >> our science is truly advanced, and really creates products that solve beauty challenges that have never been solved before. >> and cure cancer. >> yes. >> why does a scientist who cures cancer go i'm going to help cure frizz? >> silicone is what is currently used in pretty much every anti-frizz product. and we just took a much more fundamental look at it. and said, well, what causes frizz and what causes frizz is moisture. so either materials, polymers that can keep moisture out better than silicones. and when we did this, we came up with a totally different material all a polyester. >> we have patented molecules that can't be duplicated. we brought biotech material into the beauty industry that has never been done before. >> a lot of hair products have approached me in the past, and it sort of never -- it never seemed right. after the explanation of w
vhs tapes. >> with all this wonderful technology, there's a new app called familiar that enables you to target people that want to see the pictures. just download the app of light in 10 days unless they accept, you are below the funds and the shop directly on their screen savers and desktops. to be super-tech savvy. tips, spring these entertaining will be lovely. >> thank you for being here. up next, we are in the kitchen for sunday brunch. here's a look at last night's winning lottery numbers. >> comeback, it's time for sunday brunch. chef russell cobb with us from ceriello's. thank you for coming in from new york. you brought some meat. >> we brought some wonderful prime-aged, dried beef from ceriello's in belvedere square. only 4% of the beef graded in the united states is prime. we pick from one packing house which gives us the best prime age steak. we will cook a porter house today. >> are you going to do with it? >> we will put salt and pepper on it. it is important you don't cover up a dry-aged beef too much with too many spices. you want the flavor of the meat. if you cook at
'm old school. i'm very old school. i met my husband, with modern technology. >> and actually we, it was very old world. we dating during the summertime. fortunately it wasn't in a pool scenario. but yeah, i mean it's -- >> what is the point? >> summer romance -- >> what was the point? >> let's move on. >> let's move on to wedding etiquette. you get an invite for a wedding. and you're not sure if you should or shouldn't bring a plus one. what's the rule? >> well if you weren't invited with a plus one, then you weren't. >> there's a reason. >> they were trying to keep it to a number. >> it's weddings are so expensive. people invite who they intend to invite. if you are engaged, the rule is, that your fiancÉ should be invited. perhaps the people don't know. then you ask. then you ask, is it okay for me to bring me fiancÉ. if you're married, your spouse should be invited. but not if you're just dating. >> they may not be aware of your current status. >> check it on facebook. >> what should be the average cost of a wedding gift, do you think? >> that depends -- >> i think it depend
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find is f.d.a. approved to help detect skin cancer sooner than other technology. >> this has few changes to indicate there may be a melanoma or may not and this machine may help us with making that decision. >> that was dr. goldberg who says if you catch melanoma eay before it spreads to other body parts there's usually a 100% cure rate mandatory teens are looking for that golden glow and while the se of tanning beds are used by so many teens the laws are changing on how minors can access those tanning beds. >> ok. >> in her busy season janice says she sees about 2,000 tanning clients a month. she doesn't allow kids under the age 16 but young clients aren't uncommon. >> i have seen where you have got a 13 or 14-year-old where it's the parent who can allow them to do it but there should be some sort of guidelines. >> in maryland a law-made parental consent form is required in 2008. but now -- >> what we heard was the form we were using that educated parents and their teenagers about the risks of tanning was not up to date. they include parents show a state-issued i.d. signifying a
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